‘Gran Turismo’ Trailer: Racing Video Game Heads to the Big Screen With David Harbour, Orlando Bloom


The very first trailer for director Neil Blomkamp’s “Gran Turismo,” adjusted from the popular PlayStation computer game racing franchise, has actually been launched.

Blomkamp, whose noteworthy directing credits consist of “District 9” and “Elysium,” leaves from his normal sci-fi topic to handle the sports racing movie. Based upon a real story, “Gran Turismo” follows a young teen who’s consumed with playing the racing computer game and slowly takes his controller abilities onto a genuine racetrack with want to end up being an expert race cars and truck motorist. Archie Madekwe plays the movie’s primary character, with David Harbour as his racing fitness instructor, Djimon Hounsou as the teen’s dad and Orlando Bloom as a motorsport marketing executive. Darren Barnet plays a highly regarded GT Academy chauffeur who feels threatened by the teen’s fast-growing success.

The racing simulation computer game franchise started in 1997 with a self-titled entry from designer Polyphony Digital, led by Kazunori Yamauchi. The video games put a focus on realism, with simulations matching real-life looks and efficiencies of certified cars. The franchise has actually built up 14 entries given that its 1997 launching, and its sales of more than 80 million systems has actually made it the highest-selling computer game franchise for Sony and the PlayStation brand name.

The movie script is composed by Jason Hall and Zach Baylin. Asad Qizilbash, Carter Swan, Doug Belgrad and Dana Brunetti produced the movie with Columbia Pictures, PlayStation Productions, Trigger Street Productions and 2.0 Entertainment connected.

The movie is set to be launched Aug. 11 through Sony Pictures. Have a look at the trailer listed below.

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